Posted by sean on July 3, 2019 at 8:26 pm in England with No Comments

Women’s football has come a long way in recent years. I think it is now fair to say that the International England Women’s Team is now an equal to the International England Men’s Team.

  • Both reaching the semi final of their respective World Cups.
  • Both getting beaten in aforementioned semi finals, after playing uncharacteristically badly.

Last night’s defeat for the Lionesses was accompanied by some events, which fans who have followed the men’s side will find all too depressingly familiar…

  • Scoring a goal, only for it to be controversially disallowed by the referee.
  • Being awarded a penalty.
  • Missing the penalty.
  • A player getting sent off, for doing something stupid.
  • Crying at full time. *

* of course, there’s nothing wrong in showing your emotions – I’ve cried a river over Leeds before now. John Terry made blubbing, after losing, fashionable. The women have just followed suit.

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